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Learning Outcomes are identified

Why develop Learning Outcomes?

Skills in Practice: Examples from the Case studies

How do you decide which Learning Outcomes are most suitable for your students?

It is important that you identify learning outcomes appropriate to your students' information seeking needs.

How might you consider measuring the success (or otherwise) of the Learning Outcomes?

Dependent on what the aims of the programme are, you might look for evidence of, for example :

A study carried out by the University of Wolverhampton Library, by Oliver Pritchard and colleagues on the impact of Information Skills training on student learning offers a valuable insight into whether or not we make a difference.

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